Sourceflac24;Recorded in "KHAFRE'S TEMPLE NEAR SPHINX, TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, 23∫ " - Bear, "Maxell UDXLII from Nagra Dolby CRo2 NI-356", Transfer and Masterig By Jim Blackwood, with listening assistance and track/flac by Jamie Waddell
September 17, 2013 Subject:
Yes, nice recording. The show is better than the previous night, but not great, and not charged like the first night. Hamza's set is a treat. For me the Giza shows illustrate very clearly that the best Grateful Dead shows will rarely be commercial enough for official releases. The Rockin' the Cradle CD is mostly this show and none, or hardly any, of the first night. It's saleable if the band are playing OK, but not if they're playing great and making obvious mistakes here and there.
July 16, 2010 Subject:
Love this recording! The sound is amazing! Thanks Bear and everyone involved! One little critique and I mean real litte. The track titles are off. Bertha is listed as bit 96 kHz FLAC. No biggie. Thanks again.
July 13, 2010 Subject:
The detail and intimacy of this recording are astounding. An audience tape by Mr Stanley, from his own "box".
Thank You Jim, Jamie, and most especially, Thank You Bear!
Source: Recorded In "Khafre's Temple Near Sphinx, Total Eclipse Of The Moon, 23" - Bear, maxell UDXLII From Nagra Dolby Cro2 NI-356", Transfer And Mastering By Jim Blackwood, With Listening Assistance And Track/Flac By Jamie Waddell; fixed version in circulation
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Source: Bear's Cassette Copies Nakamichi Dr-1 > Lynx Studio Interface at 24 bit 96 kHz Weiss-Saracon for 16 bit 44.1 kHz Transfered and Lightly Mastered by Jamie Waddell
Source: Recorded in "KHAFRE'S TEMPLE NEAR SPHINX, TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, 23∫ " - Bear, "Maxell UDXLII from Nagra Dolby CRo2 NI-356", Transfer and; Mastering By Jim Blackwood, with listening assistance and track/flac by Jamie Waddell; This is 108845 with channels inverted; fixed version of source ID 108845